Cauvery Water Supply Scheme Stage IV Phase II for additional 500 MLD water at a cost of Rs. 3,384 crore
Providing UGD facilities to erstwhile 7CMC & 1 TMC at a cost of Rs. 1300.00 Cr. works are under progress and 30% works are completed
Water supply infrastructure has been provided to the area under erstwhile 7CMCs & 1 TMC at a cost of 537 crores
Sinking of 2,296 borewells in existing and newly added areas of BBMP
Restoration of 280 kms of dilapidated water supply pipeline at a cost of Rs.77 crores
Restoration of 301 kms of dilapidated waste water pipeline at a cost of Rs.48 crores
Renovation of 70 kms of waste water sub-mains at a cost of Rs.370 crores
Scheme for zero discharge of wastewater into the Hebbal valley storm water drains at a cost of Rs.45 crores
Waste water source line of 1200mm dia from Krishnappa Garden, Madiwala to Central Silk Board at a cost of Rs. 18.00 Crores
Free installation of water meters to 22,000 households in 350 slums at a cost of Rs.2.20 crore
Waiver of interest on overdue water bills of 12,000 households in slums at a cost of Rs.5.50 crore
Procuring 30 jetting machines for cleaning UGD
Installation of 218 electronic bulk flow water meters at a cost of Rs.14 crore for plugging water leakage.
Construction of 10 water reservoirs at various places at a cost of Rs.46 crore
Construction of 6 reservoirs at a cost of Rs.140 crore under Cauvery 4th stage 2nd phase scheme.
Amendments to the rules to make rainwater harvesting mandatory
Setting up of a rainwater harvesting theme park in Jayanagar at a cost of Rs.2 crore
Free rain water harvesting training to 1200 plumbers and others. Setting up of a Help Desk for providing information to public (23348848-49) regarding rain water harvesting.
The rainwater harvesting system has been installed in 23,000 buildings in Bangalore city.
BWSSB has bagged first prize in the field of Financial Reforms, instituted by Urban Development Department, Government of India. Her Excellency The President of India has presented the Award to the Chairman, BWSSB.